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Closing date: 31/08/2024 11:10:00
Contract: Permanent
Location: East Midlands

Job description: The role shall require you to work as part of the engineering team and be responsible for electrical and mechanical manufacture, fitting and assembly in accordance with engineering schematics/drawings.
Responsibilities include: Building of complete machines to CAD models and drawings, including mechanical assembly, electrical wiring, cable routing and finishing. Wiring of control cabinet panels from detailed wiring drawings. Selecting and use of hand tools and equipment to manufacture parts and assemblies. Preparing parts and sub-assemblies for smaller systems. Performing mechanical and electrical modifications and adjustments during build and test phases. Opportunity to develop automation, mechanical and electrical skills. On-site electro-mechanical integration at customers site within the UK and overseas. Assembly of complete systems, comprising of smaller integrations and machines on-site, including mechanical assembly, electrical wiring, routing and finishing. Occasional site visits to carry out service, electrical/mechanical repairs and scheduled maintenance.
Candidate requirements: Essential Skillset Minimum 3-5 years industry experience in an electro-mechanical manufacturing environment. Experience as a skilled electro-mechanical technician, fitter or hands-on engineer. Hands on knowledge of electrical wiring, mechanical building and pneumatics. Accurately read and interpret electrical drawings. Accurately read and interpret technical drawings, specifications and work instructions for both mechanical build and electrical wiring. Use manual and powered hand tools. Consistently apply safe working practice with a high regard to own and others safety and to maintain a clean work environment. Well organised, ability to work to deadlines and a high attention to detail. A logical approach to problem solving. Prioritise a heavy workload. Willingness to work as part of a team. Desirable Skillset Minimum NVQ Level 3 or BTEC level 3 plus apprenticeship in relevant engineering discipline. Experience using manual mill, lathe, band-saw and general workshop machinery
Job sector: Other
Start date: 08/07/2024 11:10:00
Salary / Package: £30,000 - £38,500 per annum
Company name: Industrial Vision Systems Ltd
Contact name: Sophie Hawes
Email address: sophie@oxfordmetrics.com
Telephone number: +447786979630
Website address: https://oxfordmetrics.pinpointhq.com/en/postings/9d4f51e6-40ba-4c6e-af24-987e1ba8240f

Assembly & Workshop Technician

The role shall require you to work as part of the engineering team and be responsible for electrical and mechanical manufacture, fitting and assembly in accordance with engineering schematics/drawings.